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God’s ‘Omnisubjectivity’

04 Feb 2023
Seminar and ColloquiumCentre for Sino-Christian Studies
poster of God’s ‘Omnisubjectivity’
Date
04 Feb 2023
Time
09:00-10:30
Location
CEC 1002, HSH or zoom
Speaker
Linda Zagzebski (University of Oklahoma)
Language
English

2022-2023 Hong Kong Series – How to Win Friends and Influence Others: Living Meaningfully Today

 

Many contemporary young people report feeling more distant than ever from each other and real life. Is there a way to overcome that ‘distance’ between each other and find real community? Even more so, for people of faith, the modern world poses unique challenges to living a meaningful life alongside friends or family who do not believe as we do, or whose views of moral or religious issues might even be starkly opposed. Can we find a way to live fulfilling relationships with others, despite not sharing the same worldview? In all of these areas, meaning in life, love, and relationships are perennial problems for human beings. This series brings together top scholars who propose that classical philosophical or theological insights on these topics can help us understand ourselves, our friends, or the world better; help us form meaningful, deep friendships with those around us; and, overall, help us live better lives. 
 

God’s ‘Omnisubjectivity’

This mixed-mode lecture is part of the 2022-2023 Hong Kong series, cosponsored by the Angelicum Thomistic Institute, the Centre for Sino-Christian  Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and the Centre for Catholic Studies at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

 

Registration:

1. For HKBU students: CCL credit will only be granted for in-person attendance at CEC 1002.

    Please click here for CCL registration

 

2. For participants from the public:

    Please click here for zoom registration